Henry Mountain Road

Total Miles


2179.23 ft



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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

The road stretches from Sandy Ranch Road on the West end. It traverses through a desert-type area with many small buttes, gullies, and clay-like soil. It can be very slick when wet. Sagebrush and Cedar trees make up most of the foliage in the area. Both Bison and large Mule Deer frequent the area.


The road is wide enough for 2 cars in places but can also be slick during inclement weather. There is a creek crossing that can be impassable after a heavy rain and requires maintenance every year to keep the road in good working condition.

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Access Description

The road stretches from Sandy Ranch road to the base of the Henry Mountains. Sandy Ranch road is accessed from Highway 24 or can be accesses via other dirt roads which traverse from Highway 95.